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Tue January 21, 2020

Today's Events

No events scheduled today

Ongoing Events

Catherine Blackburn: Artist-in-Residence

Jan 13, 2020 to Feb 7, 2020

University of Saskatchewan alumna Catherine Blackburn (BFA'07) will be in the Kenderdine Art Gallery as the artist-in-residence from Jan 13 - Feb 7, 2020

Caroline Monnet: Creatura Dada / Mobilize

Jan 17, 2020 to Apr 17, 2020

Solo exhibition at the College Art Gallery 2 presents two major video works from Canadian artist Caroline Monnet

Kenojuak Ashevak: Life and Legacy

Jan 17, 2020 to Apr 17, 2020

The College Art Gallery at the University of Saskatchewan is the inaugural venue to present this national touring exhibition

Translife in Asia: A Photographer's Journey

Jan 20, 2020 to Jan 24, 2020

Translife in Asia, by Kloie Picot, is the result of 10 years dedicated to telling the stories of trans women in eight southeast Asian countries from 2004 - 2014

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Upcoming Events

The Dress is Blue: Mathematics, Teaching and the Viral Meme Movement

Jan 22, 2020

An accessible talk on Internet memes and mathematics by Nat Banting

Thinking: Free Film Screening for Students

Jan 22, 2020

USask students are invited to attend a free film screening of Thinking: An RSAW Collaboration Collider, hosted by the College of Arts and Science

Changing Campus Culture: Evaluating Sexual Violence Prevention Programming on Campus

Jan 23, 2020

Part of the Department of Psychology’s monthly colloquium series

North American Computational Linguistics Olympiad (NACLO) 2020

Jan 23, 2020

High school students are invited to solve puzzles and problems in linguistics and computational linguistics—no prior knowledge required

Pizza with the Dean: Tuition Edition

Jan 23, 2020

All undergraduate students in the College of Arts and Science are invited to attend this town hall-style event

Writing North 10: Turn West

Jan 24, 2020 to Jan 25, 2020

A free two-day festival for Saskatoon’s community of writers and anyone interested in books.

Dawn and Draw at the Museum of Antiquities

Jan 25, 2020

Enjoy breakfast treats as you fill your sketchbook with works of art from across the ancient world

Hands on History Crafternoons: Robin Hood and Sherwood Forest

Jan 25, 2020

A free stories and crafts program at the Museum of Antiquities for children and their parents

Duo Cellissimo!

Jan 26, 2020

A cello and piano recital of works by Bach, Grieg and Piazzolla

Reasonable Doubt: A Theatrical Journey in Community Talking, Listening and Healing

Jan 27, 2020

Reasonable Doubt is a new documentary play that will have its world premiere at Persephone Theatre from Jan. 29 - Feb. 12, 2020

7 Nights of History

Jan 29, 2020

Dr. Jim Handy (PhD) speaks about “Generals, Guerrillas and Cartels: State Collapse in Guatemala”

Catherine Blackburn performance

Jan 30, 2020

USask alumna and artist-in-residence Catherine Blackburn (BFA'07) will receive a traditional Indigenous marking

Repatriation and Museums: Changing Landscapes

Jan 30, 2020

A talk in the Archaeology and Anthropology in an Era of Reconciliation Lecture Series by Dr. Susan Rowley (PhD)

Repatriation in an Era of Reconciliation: A Panel Discussion

Jan 31, 2020

Part of the Archaeology and Anthropology in an Era of Reconciliation Lecture Series

Science on Saturdays: Be a Colour Detective

Feb 1, 2020

Join the science outreach team in the Museum of Natural Sciences for free hands-on science fun for the whole family!

The Masquerade Isn’t Over!

Feb 1, 2020

A masquerade dance featuring classic swing music and contemporary songs performed by the USask Jazz Ensemble.

Elixir Ensemble: Delight and Daring

Feb 2, 2020

Department of Music professor Kathleen Solose is artistic and executive director of Elixir Ensemble

Indigenous Achievement Week Collaborative Art Project

Feb 3, 2020 to Feb 7, 2020

All are welcome to join USask Indigenous Artist-in-Residence Lyndon Tootoosis in the creation of new artwork at the Gordon Snelgrove Gallery

Greystone Theatre: The Secret in the Wings

Feb 4, 2020 to Feb 8, 2020

A group of lesser-known fairy tales are adapted into a theatrical work that combines dark mystery with humour

Stone Carving in the Arts Building

Feb 4, 2020 to Feb 7, 2020

Small samples of slate will be carved in the Arts Building as part of a collaborative art project for Indigenous Achievement Week

Info session: AquaHacking Lake Winnipeg 2020 Challenge

Feb 5, 2020

Learn about a startup competition and mentorship program that challenges youth to save one of Canada’s most beloved lakes

PAW 2020

Feb 6, 2020 to Feb 7, 2020

The third annual People Around the World conference focuses on "Sustainability the World Needs"

Surveillance: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow—From Occasional Encounters to Constant Immersion

Feb 6, 2020

The 51st annual Sorokin Lecture in Sociology by Dr. David Lyon (PhD), research chair in surveillance studies at Queen’s University

Catherine Blackburn: with these hands, from this land

Feb 7, 2020 to Apr 18, 2020

An exhibition of new works from Catherine Blackburn, following a one-month residency at the Kenderdine

Evening with Sven

Feb 8, 2020

Journey to the past with the Vatnheim Vikings to play historic games and make period crafts at the Museum of Antiquities

Illuminating the Stars: Shining Light on Forgotten Women in Astronomy

Feb 11, 2020

USask students talk about how women in astronomy have changed our understanding of the universe

Finding Heinz Moehn

Feb 12, 2020

A talk in the Fine Arts Research Lecture Series in Music (FARLS), hosted by the Department of Music

Literature Matters

Feb 12, 2020

Cynthia Wallace, Reggie Nyamekye, and Drumlin Crape speak about how civilizations heal: Toni Morrison on the Prairies

MCM/ICM International Mathematical Contest in Modelling

Feb 13, 2020 to Feb 17, 2020

Undergraduate students in their third year or higher are invited to participate in this international contest

“How Can Women Best Help Themselves?”—Birth Reform Activism in Mid-20th-Century Canada

Feb 13, 2020

A talk by Dr. Whitney Wood (PhD) in the History of Health, Medicine and Social Justice Speaker Series

Philosophy in the Community

Feb 14, 2020

Philosophy in the Community-What is Socialism? The Past and the Future of an Ideal